Reviews by Trent Cornwell
On 3/2 Trent Cornwell wrote: This past weekend I had the chance to go back to Kentucky to celebrate my mom’s 50th birthday. My wonderful wife was willing to do the majority of the driving so I had the chance to read several books. I will have book reviews this week for Linchpin, The Life & Legacy of Jerry Falwell, ... Book Review: The Well Behaved Child
On 9/24 Trent Cornwell wrote: Paula Rinehart takes her 20 years of experience to produce a book that will help women understand the men in their lives better. She covers issues such as what to we think, why do we do what we do, and what are our struggles. She gives some insightful thoughts on the mind and make up of men. I believe ... What am I really thinking?
On 7/10 Trent Cornwell wrote: found “The X and Y of Buy” to be a very relevant resource for all people who work in advertising, sales, and public relations. I teach a young couples class at my church and help with series branding for our services. This book was exactly what I wanted and needed it to be. How do I convey a message ... The X and Y of Buy
On 6/22 Trent Cornwell wrote: I found "The Hole in Our Gospel" by Richard Stearns to be captivating and very inspirational. As a student pastor of a fairly young church I have seen countless ways for our young people to show compassion to a hurting community. This is a book that I will challenge all of our youth volunteers to read. ... Richard Stearns represents more than World Vision, he stands between those who have and those who are in need.
On 6/9 Trent Cornwell wrote: “The Noticer” by Andy Andrews is definitely worth the short amount of time it takes to read it. I highly enjoyed the style and manner in which it is written. The basic premise behind the story is that a man who went by the name Jones would travel through town helping individuals and families get ... Good content, mediocre content
On 5/18 Trent Cornwell wrote: It is a great encouragement to befriend people you typically might not. Everyone has a story and God is interested in it and so should we. The story of Denver is the story of a modern day slave who escaped from a plantation. He becomes a share cropper who become stuck in the same cycle... Lessons learned from making new friends
On 1/16 Trent Cornwell wrote: Yesterday I read through Max Lucado's book entitled "For These Tough Times: Reaching Toward Heaven for Hope and Healing". The title is nearly as long as the book. However, Max Lucado is a wonderful word smith... great book to give away